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This is the backup blog for Latter-day Commentary. Scroll down to see the posts. Tim Malone tmalonemcse @gmail.com or tim@3tcm.net 818-257-0513 (text first)
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A comment from Denver Snuffer about recent changes in heaven and on earth caused me to reflect on a few related scriptures in this post.
I’m not sure if I’ve ever published two posts in a single day. I know I’m going to busy next week so probably won’t have time to write then or say what’s in my heart this afternoon. I hope this is ...
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And so the drama comes to a close. Or has it? It's official. Denver Snuffer has been excommunicated. But his lecture tour continues.
Yesterday was the 40th anniversary of my baptism into The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I marked my gratitude by giving a talk in Boise, Idaho. On my way to the meeting, at 10:30 yesterday morning, President Hu...
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In what could be Denver's final post as a member of the LDS church, he waxes philosophical about life, being cheerful and content.
I've been reflecting on Mormonism. That joyful, confident, speculative religion given to mankind between 1820 to 1829, with all the potential vitality of a new movement. Unafraid, uncaptured by an institution, filled with the...
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For my LDS friends, here's a copy of my latest blog post, which also happens to be the prepared remarks for a talk I'll be giving in church tomorrow. If you're not Mormon, I hope you don't mind this reference to the kind of churchy stuff Carol and I do on Sundays.
I’m grateful to worship with you in church today. I’m grateful also to remember the Lord through the ordinance of the sacrament. There’s something wonderful that happens when we partake of the sacr...
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Reincarnation is not a subject most LDS people believe in. But how can you refute evidence from clinical studies in which patients under hypnosis relate their past-life experiences?

I review on old book that still has relevance for our consideration today. Visit my blog to read more.

http://latterdaycommentary.com/2013/05/03/you-have-been-here-before/
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I received CDs today of a lecture given by Denver Snuffer last week. It's the first of several lectures he is planning to offer this year. You won't find anything about the contents of the CDs until I review them later this week. But I've highlighted some guidelines on leaving comments about the recent excommunication of Denver Snuffer I hope will be helpful.
I received my CDs from last week’s Boise talk. It took a day or two more to get to me in California. I know some already had theirs Saturday. I haven’t listened to it yet. I plan to rip the CD and ...
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Denver Snuffer posts Ten Points he would like us to know about recent events. I am especially intrigued by #9 - what kind of changes?
Because of recent events I want to make ten points: First, I disabled comments and then I stopped blogging as a sign of good faith to the stake president. Second, I was and am able to a pass temple recommend interview. I can ...
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For those following the Denver Snuffer disciplinary council news, he has posted a bit more about what happened on his blog this evening. Hopefully he will know by the time he speaks in Boise tomorrow evening, but I don't think it matters. He said the content of the lecture tour is not related to his book and was planned long ago.
I know a decision was made. They must deliver a letter. I have not yet received it. During our hour long discussion, the stake president admitted to my children he got a call during one of his meetings with me from one of the...
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Adding book reviews on Goodreads to some of the good old Mormon classics I read in my youth.
This classic stood out in my home library growing up. I often saw the title and wondered what it meant until one rainy Saturday afternoon day I picked it up and could not put ...
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Can an obscure book published 25 years ago help solve a major problem facing the LDS Church today of unwanted same-sex attraction?
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  • Avjet Corporation
    IT Director, 2005 - present
  • Condor Power
    IS Manager, 2001 - 2005
  • Carson Industries
    IT Manager, 1999 - 2001
  • Brandon International
    IT Manager, 1995 - 1998
  • Price Books and Forms
    Programmer, 1990 - 1995
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Camarillo CA
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Covina CA
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IT Director, Orthodox Conservative LDS, Blogger, Patriot, Catastrophist
Introduction

I’m a California native. I grew up in the San Gabriel Valley in the sixties with a brother and four sisters. I’m the youngest in my family. Dad worked in retail grocery stores and mother taught in local elementary schools there. I played drums in the band during my school years. I graduated from Covina High School in 1974 and received a vocational training certificate in computer programming the same year. I later earned an Associate degree from the California Community College system (Mt SAC) and began my career in computer programming, sales and support.

I have been working with computer technology for over thirty years. I started as a programmer on the larger computers and then embraced personal computers when they came out. I worked in retail computer sales, then software distribution and later became a certified network engineer. My specialty is Microsoft systems in the Small and Medium Business market. I am currently the IT Manager for a private corporate jet management company located at the Burbank Bob Hope airport. With modern technology, I am able to do a large part of my job working from home.

I am married with one adult son and am very active in my local community church. I spent two years in Central America as a missionary. I enjoy reading, research, writing, correspondence and have a special interest in changing natural events. You can find me online every day on various internet communities and blogs, especially on religious blogs. I am a blogger and write about issues that confront members of my faith. The national spotlight has turned in our direction again as two of the leading presidential candidates are Mormons. My faith is a big influence in my life.

My philosophy of life is centered on the idea of divine revelation as a source of knowledge. Yet I am a rationalist in that I embrace reasoning as an important part of deciding truth. But I am also an empiricist because I believe the same steps I take to obtain knowledge can be followed by others and should produce the same or similar results. I am not a skeptic. I am convinced that true knowledge is not only possible but is our divine right. I am not an existentialist. I do not believe that truth is subjective. I am a pragmatist. I look for truth in shared human experience.

Bragging rights
Two years in Central America, Professional Blogger, 35 Years in Computer Support
Education
  • Moorpark College
    MCSE, Cisco, 2003 - 2005
  • Microage Diamond Bar
    MCSE, 2000 - 2000
  • Mt Sac - Walnut CA
    Computer Programming, 1978 - 1980
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